As the 2023 ODI Men’s World Cup ended today with a heartbreak for the Indians, here is when and where the next ICC Cricket World Cup will be held in 2027 along with its venue, host country and schedule
At the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Australia defeated India by six wickets to win the 13th ICC ODI World Cup. With this iconic victory, the Aussies won their sixth World Cup of ODIs.
When is the next ICC ODI Cricket World Cup 2027, schedule, dates, teams, host country venue, logo and format
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The 2023 ICC ODI World Cup’s top run scorer was Virat Kohli, who amassed 765 runs in 11 games. Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, is ranked second with 597 runs from 11 games.
Even though the cricket show this year has featured intense drama spread across several locations, the torch will be carried from India to Africa in four years for the 2027 Cricket World Cup.
With the same format used in the 2003 edition, the competition is scheduled to expand to 14 teams. The 2027 edition will notably reinstate a modified version of the 1999 edition’s points carry forward (PCF) system.
The competition will be divided into two groups of seven teams each. The top three teams from each group move on to the Super Six phase, which is followed by the semi-finals and final to decide the winner. Now that this year’s edition has come to an end with Indians having been heartbroken, here is all you need to know about the next World Cup.
When is the next ICC ODI World Cup?
The next ODI World Cup will be played in the year 2027, four years after the 2023 edition ended, in October and November.
Where is the next ICC ODI World Cup in 2027?
The next ODI World Cup will take place in October and November of 2027 and will be hosted by South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Namibia. It will be Namibia’s first time hosting a country.
Who will be eligible to play the next World Cup in 2027?
As the co-hosts, South Africa and Zimbabwe, have automatically qualified for the tournament. In addition, the top eight teams in the ICC ODI standings will automatically advance. International qualifying competitions will decide the final four spots.
Namibia is notably not a full ICC member, hence even though they are co-hosting the tournament for the first time, their participation is not assured.
As a result, to secure a place in the competition, Namibia will need to adhere to the usual qualification process.